The UK her birthdate would be 11/9. We put the day first then the month. I dont get why you would put it the other way around. But to American parents, this has significance I guess, and being born on a 19th anniversary in Tenessee is not quite as terrible a Hogwarts wasn’t hiring so I teach muggles instead vintage sunset shirt has been born on the day itself in New York. I have an aunt who was born on the exact day and time that the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, that’s not something that anyone wants to celebrate so we just call it her birthday. I know people who don’t celebrate anniversaries or birthdays on that date because it’s too sad.
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The Guyana massacre happened on my birthday and friends still give me kool-aid. If the baby had been born in Australia it would have been born on the 11th of September, 2019, so 11/9/2019. It doesn’t seem to sense to me to put the Hogwarts wasn’t hiring so I teach muggles instead vintage sunset shirt before the day. The baby would have been measured in kilos and grams as well so there wouldn’t have been matching numbers. It’s all just measurement, and the US we would usually say September 11th or October 5th, for example. We say the month first, so it makes sense that we’d write 9/11/19. But I can see an argument for either:)